Rubber Biochemistry

Analysis of the first Taraxacum kok-saghyz transcriptome reveals potential rubber yield related SNPs

          Biosynthesis of natural rubber (NR) in different rubber-producing species         

              Biotechnological development of domestic rubber producing crops              

Characteristics of mechanical properties of sulphur cross-linked guayule and dandelion natural rubbers

Characterization of cis-prenyl transferase activity localised in a buoyant fraction of rubber particles from Ficus elastica latex

Chloroplast genome resources and molecular markers differentiate rubber dandelion species from weedy relatives

Colchicine-induced polyploidy has the potential to improve rubber yield in Taraxacum kok-saghyz

Comparative Study on Strain-Induced Crystallization Behaviours of Sulphur cross-linked Guayule Natural Rubber and Synthetic Isoprene Rubber

Composition of rubber particles of Hevea brasiliensis, Parthenium argentatum, Ficus elastica, and Euphorbia lactiflua indicates uncoventional surface structure

Immunological Analysis of the Alternate Rubber Crop Taraxacum kok-saghyz Indicates Multiple Proteins Cross-Reactive with Hevea brasiliensis Latex Allergens

                     Natural Rubber Biosynthesis in Plants: Rubber Transferase                     

             Novel Ontogenies Produce Taraxacum kok-saghyz Rubber Particles              

                      Rubber Transferase Activity in Rubber Particles of Guayule                    

           Similarities and differences in rubber biochemistry among plant species          

Stabilisation of Particle Integrity and Particle Bound cis-Prenyl Transferase Activity in Stored, Purified Rubber Particles

Strain-induced crystallization behaviour of natural rubbers from guayule and rubber dandelion revealed by simultaneous time-resolved WAXD/tensile measurements: indispensable function for sustainable resources

The separate roles of plant cis and trans prenyl transferases in cis-1,4-polyisoprene biosynthesis

Unusual subunits are directly involved in binding substrates for natural rubber biosynthesis in multiple plant species